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Re: 901 Ford hydraulics

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09-14-2013 18:07:35

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Yes the pump is working but not very fast or powerful plenty of fluid . Yes there is a valve bank on the loader to run it as it is now.The pump has a leak the frame hydraulic tank has a leak in it. So I thought I could just use the hydraulic valve under the seat. It already has the handles and quick couplers connections . What I do not know is will one handle run the bucket and one handle run the loader up but since I only have hydraulic up will I just need to hook up the one hose and leave the other hose with nothing to it?

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09-14-2013 18:21:07

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 Re: 901 Ford hydraulics in reply to Mtractor, 09-14-2013 18:07:35  
go back and slowly re-read my post.

you will only need one of your DA remotes to hookup to your loader valve bank, IN PLACE of your damaged pto pump.

just kick that remote open if it is a detent style.. or bunji cord it open. 'lift' on your underseat remote to in port on the loader valve. loader valve return to dump port on your underseat remote

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09-14-2013 19:57:25

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 Re: 901 Ford hydraulics in reply to soundguy, 09-14-2013 18:21:07  
Ok I can just hook it up that way but would it work the way I was asking about ? Can I run a single acting cylinder off the valve under the seat? Thanks

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09-16-2013 06:31:55

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 Re: 901 Ford hydraulics in reply to Mtractor, 09-14-2013 19:57:25  
if it is a double spool under the seat.. 1 can likely be set as sa. if it is a single spool, it can likely be set as single acting. i say likely.. as there ar eplenty of makers of ford style valves and I havn't used ALL of them.

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Larry NCKS

09-15-2013 00:03:39

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 Re: 901 Ford hydraulics in reply to Mtractor, 09-14-2013 19:57:25  
I would think that to be an option, although I've never had a double spool unit. Most Ford valves (single spool) for the 00, 01 and early 000 series tractors that I'm acquainted with had a screw assembly to change them from double to single acting operation or vice versa.
This post was edited by Larry NCKS at 00:05:28 09/15/13.

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